Posted by ihman73 on December 31, 2012 at 16:00:39 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: Buying 2950 posted by squaredt on December 24, 2012 at 11:36:53:
The pressures checked out oddly enough. The parts were the problem and Genuine Deere no less. It always got out of warranty before something happened. But that doesn't excuse the other design flaws like the those little crooked steering lines that connect the hoses to the cylinders that rub on the tie rod no matter what you do with them and leak, maybe there is a secret but after 20 years of looking I haven't found it. I'm not trying to run it down out of hand but the initial design was poor and time hasn't improved it. It isn't a bad tractor to run but is so annoying to keep the little things fixed, ours is a rolling oil spill. It seems like when you get one issue fixed 5 more show up. It isn't age alone because I don't have that much trouble with other tractors older than it.
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